Assassin’s Creed 3, the open-world action game from Ubisoft, has managed to take the number one position in the video game chart for the week that ended on November 3, beating last week’s winner, Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
According to the data compiled by UKIE, Assassin’s Creed 3 has managed to sell a lot of copies in a little over three days in order to claim the number one position.
It’s interesting to see that FIFA 13, the EA Sports- made football simulation, continues to sit in second spot, which means that it will probably return to the top in the United Kingdom, as soon as the big launches of the fall take place.
Another new entry, WWE 13, the THQ-made wrestling game, sits in the last place on the podium, as gamers check out the virtual recreation of the Attitude era.
Football Manager 2013, the simulation game from Sports Interactive and SEGA, is another new entry that has done well and sits in fourth spot beating Need for Speed: Most Wanted, the racing game created by Criterion, which delivers an open-world and a multiplayer-oriented experience.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter, the first-person shooter from Danger Close and Electronic Arts, is in sixth place, which is quite the drop after a solid first week, followed by Forza Horizon, another racing game that has also seen a big decrease in its fortunes, going from third to seventh.
Skylanders Giants, the new mix of toys and video game from publisher Activision, also sees a four-place drop and reaches eight and Just Dance 4 from Ubisoft is in ninth.
The United Kingdom top ten is closed down by Dishonored, the stealth game from Arkane Studios and Bethesda.
The new Professor Layton and the new Moshi Monsters games are out of the leading positions.